Publications by Paul Miller

  1. Cortical amplification models of experience-dependent development of selective columns and response sparsification. Christie, I. K., P. Miller and S. D. Van Hooser. J Neurophysiol 118(2): 874-893. (2017)
  2. Stable Control of Firing Rate Mean and Variance by Dual Homeostatic Mechanisms. Cannon, J. and P. Miller. J Math Neurosci 7(1): 1. (2017)
  3. Synaptic and intrinsic homeostasis cooperate to optimize single neuron response properties and tune integrator circuits. Cannon, J. and P. Miller. J Neurophysiol 116(5): 2004-2022. (2016).
  4. Dynamical systems, attractors, and neural circuits. Miller, P. F1000Res 5. (2016).
  5. Itinerancy between attractor states in neural systems. Miller, P. Curr Opin Neurobiol 40: 14-22. (2016).
  6. The Behavioral Relevance of Cortical Neural Ensemble Responses Emerges Suddenly. Sadacca, B. F., N. Mukherjee, T. Vladusich, J. X. Li, D. B. Katz and P. Miller. J Neurosci 36(3): 655-669. (2016).
  7. Spiking neuron network Helmholtz machine. Sountsov, P. and P. Miller. Front Comput Neurosci 9: 46. (2015).
  8. Emerging feed-forward inhibition allows the robust formation of direction selectivity in the developing ferret visual cortex. Van Hooser, S. D., G. M. Escobar, A. Maffei and P. Miller. J Neurophysiol 111(11): 2355-2373. (2014).
  9. Accuracy and response-time distributions for decision-making: linear perfect integrators versus nonlinear attractor-based neural circuits. Miller, P. and D. B. Katz. J Comput Neurosci 35(3): 261-294. (2013).
  10. Decision Making, Models P Miller, in Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience: SpringerReference D Jaeger D., R Jung R. (Ed.) Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg (2013).
  11. Decision Making, Threshold P Miller, in Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience: SpringerReference D Jaeger D., R Jung R. (Ed.) Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg (2013).
  12. Stabilization of memory states by stochastic facilitating synapses. P Miller, Journal of Mathematical Neuroscience 3(1):19 (2013).
  13. Acoustic masking disrupts time-dependent mechanisms of memory encoding in word-list recall. KAQCousins, H Dar, A Wingfield and P Miller, Memory and Cognition 42(4):622-638 (2014).
  14. Inhibitory synaptic plasticity: Spike timing-dependence and putative network function. TP Vogels et al., Front Comput Neurosci 7:119 (2013).
  15. Stimulus number, duration and intensity encoding in randomly connected attractor networks with synaptic depression, P Miller, Front Comput Neurosci 7:59 (2013).
  16. Decision-making using linear and non-linear neural circuits. P Miller and DB Katz, J Comput Neurosci 35:261-294 (2013).
  17. Dynamic afferent synapses to decision-making networks improve performance in tasks requiring stimulus associations or discriminations. M Bourjaily and P Miller, J Neurophysiol 108:513 (2012).
  18. Excitatory, inhibitory and structural plasticity produce correlated connectivity in random networks trained to solve paired-stimulus tasks. M Bourjaily and P Miller, Front Comput Neurosci 5:37 (2011).
  19. Synaptic plasticity and network connectivity requirements to produce stimulus-pair specific responses in recurrent networks of spiking neurons. M Bourjaily and P Miller, PLoS Comput Biol 7:e1001091 (2011).
  20. Stochastic transitions between states of neural activity. P Miller and DB Katz, in The Dynamic Brain: An Exploration of Neuronal variability and Its Functional Significance, edited by Ding M and Glanzman DL, Oxford University Press (2011).
  21. Effects of degraded sensory input on memory for speech: Behavioral data and a test of biologically constrained computational models. T Piqado, KC Cousins, A Wingfield and P Miller, Brain Research 1365:48-65 (2010).
  22. Distinct effects of perceptual quality on auditory word recognition, memory formation and recall in a neural model of sequential memory. P Miller and A Wingfield, Front Syst Neurosci 4:14 (2010).
  23. Stochastic transitions between neural states in taste-processing and decision making. P Miller and DB Katz, J Neurosci 30:2559-2570 (2010).
  24. Heterogeneous population coding of a short-term memory and decision task. JK Jun, P Miller, A Hern┐ndez, A Zainos, L Lemus, CD Brody and R Romo, J Neurosci 30:916-929 (2010).
  25. Natural stimuli evoke dynamic sequences of states in sensory cortical ensembles. LM Jones, A Fontanini, BF Sadacca, P Miller P and DB Katz, PNAS 104:18772-18777 (2007).
  26. Stability of discrete memory states to stochastic fluctuations in neuronal systems. P Miller and X-J Wang, Chaos 16:026109 (2006).
  27. Inhibitory control by an integral feedback signal in prefrontal: A model of discrimination between sequential stimuli. P Miller and X-J Wang, PNAS 103:201-206 (2006). Link to publicity
  28. Power-law neuronal fluctuations in a recurrent network model of parametric working memory. P Miller and X-J Wang, Journal of Neurophysiology 95:1099-1114 (2006).
  29. Analysis of spike statistics in neuronal systems comparing a continuous attractor with multiple, discrete states. P Miller, Neural Computation 18:1268-1317 (2006).
  30. The stability of a stochastic CaMKII switch: dependence on the number of enzyme molecules and protein turnover. P Miller, A M Zhabotinsky, J E Lisman and X-J Wang, PLoS Biology 3:e107 (2005).
  31. A recurrent network model of somatosensory parametric working memory in the prefrontal cortex. P Miller, C D Brody, R Romo and X-J Wang, Cerebral Cortex 13 1208-1218 (2003).
  32. Temperature dependence of Superconductor-Correlated Metal-Superconductor Josephson junctions. J K Freericks, B K Nikolic and P Miller, Appl. Phys. Lett. 82 970-972 (2003). Erratum Appl. Phys. Lett. 83, 1275 (2003).
  33. Optimizing the speed of a Josephson junction with dynamical mean-field theory. J K Freericks, B K Nikolic and P Miller, J. Mod. Phys. B 16 531-561 (2002).
  34. Suppression of the ``quasiclassical'' proximity gap in correlated-metal--superconductor structures. B K Nikolic, J K Freericks and P Miller, Phys. Rev. Lett.88, 077002-1-4 (2002).
  35. Equilibrium properties of double-screened-dipole-barrier SINIS Josephson junctions. B K Nikolic, J K Freericks and P Miller, Phys. Rev. B 65, 064529-1-11 (2002).
  36. Reduction of Josephson critical current in short ballistic SNS weak links. B K Nikolic, J K Freericks,and P Miller, Phys. Rev. B 64 212507-1-4 (2001).
  37. Tuning a Josephson junction through a quantum critical point. J K Freericks, B K Nikolic and P Miller, Phys. Rev. B 64 054511 (2001); Erratum: Phys. Rev. B 68, 099901 (2003).
  38. Microscopic self-consistent theory of Josephson junctions including dynamical electron correlations. P Miller and J K Freericks, Journal of Physics : Condensed Matter 13 3187-3213 (2001).
  39. Dynamical charge susceptibility of the spinless Falicov-Kimball model. J K Freericks and P Miller, Phys. Rev. B 62 10022-10032 (2000).
  40. Possible experimentally observable effects of vertex corrections in superconductors. P Miller, J K Freericks and E J Nicol, Phys. Rev. B 58 14498-14510 (1998).
  41. Theoretical investigations of the vortex lattice and de Haas - van Alphen oscillations in the superconducting state. P Miller and B L Gyorffy, Journal of Physics : Condensed Matter 7 5579-5606 (1995).
  42. A recursion method for solving the Bogoliubov equations for inhomogeneous superconductors. G Litak, P Miller and B L Gyorffy, Physica C 251: 263-273 (1995).
  43. On the Coexistence of Superconductivity and Charge Density Waves. P Miller , B L Gyorffy and B Janko, Physica C 210: 343-351 (1993).
  44. Substrate-temperature dependence of thin films of BiSrCaCuO deposited by the laser ablation method. P V Kolinsky, P May, M R Harrison, P Miller and D Jedamzik, Superconductor Science & Technology 1: no.6, p. 333-5 (1989.)
  45. Superconducting thin films of Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O deposited using a 'free lasing' infrared Nd:YAG laser. P V Kolinsky, P May, M R Harrison, P Miller, R J Chad and D Jedamzik, Electronics Letters 24: no.19, p. 1204-5 (1988).
  46. Superconducting thick films of BiSrCaCuO by two spin-on methods. P May, W J O Boyle, M R Harrison, P Miller and D Jedamzik, Superconductor Science & Technology 1: no.2 p. 71-4 (1988).
  47. Production of superconducting thick films by a spin-on process. P May, D Jedamzik, W J O Boyle and P Miller, Superconductor Science & Technology 1: no.1, p. 1-4 (1988).

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